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Moving south?

Hi all,
New to here. Was wondering if anyone has experienced significant relief of fibromyalgia/rheynauds by moving south? I am 29, was diagnosed with reynauds and connective tissue disease several years ago and fibro last year. It seems like every year the winters get worse for me with so much pain and depression. I really don't know if I can take another New Hampshire winter. I am getting married this summer and my fiancé is supportive, although it would take some convincing, but both our jobs are flexible. Just want to know if anyone else has made a big move and noticed big improvement?
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I too live in New Hampshire and really understand what you mean about the winters. I don't know from experience but would think that if the winters are really harsh on you moving to the south may help you. You have to do what you can to help yourself. Fibromyalgia is a complicated disease.
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i was supposed to move to Fl from VT last fall and it never happened.. now another winter with really bad pain and depression..

will def move this year somehow..so hard, all the pain fatigue to pack, save money, get a haul and drive all that way…ugh..i can barely go get groceries!
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